I just want to infiltrate your intuition,
I want to let you live in the dreams I’m having.
Being mortal never suited me,
but I do it for you,
because you make it less exhausting.
I’ve been talking in my sleep,
but you’re not here to hear me,
blushing subconsciously as I sing you love songs and lullabies.
We meet in the moonlight,
morning is no friend of mine.
I am yours for minutes,
moments in my own mind,
when I can be free.
Dawn is dangerous for girls like me,
signalling the end of my escape,
locking me back in a cage,
lonely and looking over the horizon,
for the sky,
that mimics the colour of your eyes.